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and applause ). >> stephen: president bill clinton, everybody. ( cheers and applause ). thank you so much for joining me. >> i want to thank you, stephen, forgetting me started on twitter. >> stephen: you're welcome, sir. thanks for the colbert bump at prezbilly jeff already has 170,000 followers. that's big. i mean i have almost five million followers but who is counting? >> sounds like you are. tephen: you bet i am. if you don't mind me asking, why haven't you tweeted more? >> well, stephen, i'm not sure i have room in my schedule to tweet. >> stephen: sir, there is always room for twitter. it's the jello of human expression. you can do it during any down time like when you're standing in line at the bank or when you're waiting at a drive through or when you're going through security at the airport. and as i'm saying this, i realize none of these things apply to you, do they? >> not really, no. stephen: okay. well, regardless. you've got to get on there. but a warning, mr. president. you may have been the leader of the free world but twitter has its own super powers. for instance, this
a tad more dignified, something like at bill clinton, for instance. >> stephen: sir, i tried to get at bill clinton but some jerk already took it. if i ever find out who, i swear, i am going to just... >> i took it. stephen: ... tell him he is a great statesman and a great american. >> you see, i've been planning on launching my twitter page for quite a while. now that you've primed the pump i'm really ready to go. >> stephen: okay. so, nation, if you're following at prezbilly jeff, switch over to the new handle at bill clinton. in fact, sir, you know, you may have almost 5 million followers but i don't follow anyone. but tonight i will start following you right now. >> thanks, stephen. i need it. >> stephen: yes, you do. now, let's make history. with your historic second first tweet. >> you've got it. excited. to join at chelsea clinton and my good friend at stephen at home. on twitter. i did it. ( cheers and applause ). >> stephen: you did it. congratulations, sir. >> thanks, stephen. stephen: you're welcome, sir. any time. president at bill clinton, everybody. ( cheers and applau
leaders. [ laughter ] one a statesman who changed the world cliticly and cultural, the other bill clinton. [ laughter ] i for one am awed by the greatness about to appear on stage and i am half of it. [ laughter ] as you can see from this chart technically i am 51% of the greatness. but enough talk it's time for conversation. ladies and gentlemen, please join me in welcoming the man responsible for the last government surplus, the most beloved living president other than martin sheen and my future close personal friend, president william jefferson, billy jeff clinton. [cheers and applause] ♪ ♪ don't stop thinking about tomorrow ♪ thank you, sir. [cheers and applause] ♪ yesterday's gone ♪ yesterday's gone >> thank you. [cheers and applause] ♪ >> jon: i had to give them another taste of me. they deserve it. mr. president, welcome to the colbert galactic initiative on its inaugural night. this vealy impressive. >> stephen: thank you. we put it together quickly. >> one of the things on my bucket list i just added something, climbing kilimanjaro before the snows melt, riding a hors
. now it's a big deal. he changes. you know, i'm sorry. bill clinton -- you're a phony, bill clinton. you're a phony. >> stephen: yeah, what a phony. but bill o'reilly's no phony, and that's what's shaken me to my core. [laughter] 'cuz if bill o'reilly is now pro-gay marriage, and isn't a flip-flopper like bill clinton, then back when he said gay marriage was like marrying a goat, he was really telling us that he's pro-goat marriage. [laughter] goat, this is bill. [laughter] goat. now, before any of you judge the [laughter] [cheers and applause] i know this shocking but before any of you judge the o'reillys -- i, too, used to condemn man-goat love -- the love that dare not "mehhh" it's name -- but, like so many americans, i now know someone who bypassed match.com and went straight to the petting zoo. [laughter] and please don't reduce this to just a sexual relationship. don't make this ugly. though i'm sure they do have sex. and i bet it's pretty ugly. [laughter] but that's just a small thread in the rich tapestry of bill oreilly's relationship with a goat. no one should be denied th
the radar. bill clinton still remains a huge force in american politics and hillary clinton has been a force as secretary of state, still much discussed as a 2016 presidential contender. it's really interesting just how much more they are in the american popular consciousness as well as a political system compared to bush who has i think perhaps wisely chosen to keep his head down low and maybe to some degree really that's why his approval numbers, as reflected by the nbc news/"wall street journal" poll this week, have shifted a little bit higher. the country has sort of in some ways forgiven him a little bit because he has kept such a low profile. >> i think it's the rising -- it's always true of this. i'm not knocking him. i think people do have a high regard for presidents per se unless they have done something really wrong. howard, your thoughts about this. don't you just love this picture of the president chatting away like he's in college with -- with barbara bush there, just chatting away whenever the camera is not on him, howard? >> my first thought, chris, that i know all these peop
and our guiding spirit, elie wiesel and our guest president, bill clinton. [applause] we will hear from them shortly. looking out into this crowd, i feel inspired and hopeful. i am inspired by the many young faces. some are descendants of survivors or veterans. they are here not because of a family connection but because they recognize the importance of our mission for the future and their role in it. youmuseum's motto is "what do matters." we know from the holocaust that it is the actions of young people who are the change agents in any society that will shape the future. some of my most powerful memories are breaking my three teenage children through the museum and being part of that transformative experience with them. likeall kids, they technology. they realized technological progress must never be confused with moral progress. here they confront profound truths about human nature from the awful to inspirational. here they are prepared along with millions of other young people for their moral responsibilities in an increasingly uncertain future. to guide the future of our museum, i
like jargon and long words. i come back to the word "like." if you like bill clinton you forgive him. if you don't -- if you like somebody, you make that decision after you see him a few times, you know, he's me. in some way he's me and i get it and i'm with him. i think a lot of people made that decision about sanford. i'm with him. i may be wrong. >> well, i'm not sure. >> your views. >> there wasn't a lot of turnout in the -- in the special -- in the primary or in the runoff. i'm not sure if people are that enthusiastic about voting for him. i think a lot of republicans believe he let them down. he kind of abandoned the state while he was governor and he was off, you know, it was his not a family values kind of situation. and she's foreign. you know, she's from argentina. >> he's marrying her. he's getting married. this isn't some roll in the hay if you will to use an old phrase. he's fallen in love. he didn't use the phrase but he's fallen in love. she's his fiancee now. there she is right there off to the right there. i mean, obviously attractive. don't have to be complicated ab
or 30 years you had republicans lining up furiously against bill clinton trying to say that he was an illegitimate president, impeaching him. >> now we have a real reversal and demographics are on the democrats' side. i do think we're going to have this you know sort of there will be blood scenario. among republicans for a while. until there is an election in 2016, in some leader emerges, whether it's chris christie, marco rubio, but in the meantime, we have all of these different factions. it appears now that o'reilly is on a different faction than hannity, than limbaugh, so -- >> seismic shift, howard. even on guns, right? you talk about this all the time. 90% of the country supports universal background checks. and then you have mike huckabee comparing the federal government to the nazis. in what corner of the universe is this not totally crazy? >> well you have redistricting in this country that's created a situation in the house of representatives where republicans as i said before basically don't have to compete in general elections against democrats. that they are all so
million. jennifer lawrence presented bill clinton with a glaad media award and ended up flubbing the president's name. >> we are happy to present glaad advocate change award to president glib -- bill clinton. >> it happens to all of us, you know. it comes up, you're a little nervous. >> this is where she got glib from. >> don't you think glaad? i don't know. >> maybe. >> clinton. yeah. i'll work on that. i'm richard lui, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> leading the news this morning, "usa today" says the boston bombing suspect opening up to police. the 19-year-old suspect who remains hospitalized in serious condition began responding to questions in writing because of a possible self-inflicted gunshot wound to his neck. >>> in politico, a fascinating story. ted cruz versus marco rubio on immigration. first-term senators are both having cuban roots and potential presidential rivals differ over immigration and the path to citizenship. >>> now back to our continuing coverage of the terror attacks in boston. today a moment of s
crossed. north korea became a nuclear power when bill clinton was president. bill clinton tried negotiating. george w. bush tried the tough line, then tried negotiating. and nothing has worked. in fact, we have sent them fuel, sent them food, in exchange for them blowing up that reactor that's the cooling tower. and now we've seen they're ready to restart it. or at least they claim they will. this is a real fear and it's a fear of proliferation because south korea and japan are talking about trying to get nuclear weapons. >> that's what makes this situation so dangerous. andrea mitchell part of our coverage tonight. andrea, thanks. >>> back here at home double-edged sword on the u.s. economy tonight, promising signs of life that millions of americans aren't feeling yet. but we can say there are more indicators that conditions are turning around. first, there's wall street. today the dow and the s&p both set record highs. an up day across the board, in fact. but there's also spending to look at. it's always good for the american economy when people start buying cars. nearly 1.5 m
presidente, jimmy carter y ex presidente, bill clinton . >> ex presidente, george bush menciono la reforma migratoria y dijo que espera la aprobacion por la importancia del proyecto, no porque los republicanos teman alejarse de la comunidad hispana . >> se presentaron dibujos y cuadros, ex presidente, bill clinton dijo que esperaba un dibujo pero después que lo vio, ya no. >> un presidente controversial con biblioteca. >> sin duda . >> los dejamos con el noticiero nacional. >> buenas noches un tercer
. [ laughter ] that are using sort of nuclear threat to gain some type of attention. >> well, when bill clinton was president, i went over to north korea because we were faced with a war between north korea and south creal. i noilgted with the seen -- south korea. i negotiated with the senior kim who was worshiped like jesus christ and george washington combined. they would do anything he said. we negotiated for a number of hours. he agreed with everything i proposed. i brought that back with to president clinton and he got it in wright. we got a firm commitment between the united states and north korea that they wouldn't build nuclear weapons and we would sign a peace treaty with them. when president clinton went out of office and we had a different president he threw this agreement in the waste basket. >> jon: you don't know who he is talking about could be anybody. >> he threw the agreement in the waste basket and declared that north korea was an axis of evil. they are paranoid people to start with and they don't have anything to fall back except intelligence and their ability to build nucle
they had a bush-like candidate for 2000. >> bill clinton figured out the bush campaign early on in 1999. bill clinton said the campaign consisted of everything you like about the current administration and plus you get a tax cut. that was the description of what bush was running on. clinton saw it early. >> except he didn't mention martial stability. >> they didn't bs the whole day, they picked out what they did like. they cherry-picked. also, the two-party system, we talk about policy analysis. it really comes down to each party taking eight years to think about how they can exploit the shortcomings and come back into power with it. he said me and laura, really steady, jimmy carter was clean as a whistle but didn't know a lot of stuff. then reagan comes along, says carter is a wuss, always knocking the guy in there, here they come out today, hold hands, they love each other. but each depended on their personal success, punching the other guy in his bad eye. >> that is politics. >> here is clinton and obama, paying tribute to the recent president, let's listen. >> i like president bush.
would say that. but look, newt was speaker when bill clinton was president and we got to a balanced budget. and they did it by talking with one another, working with one another and ultimately compromise. and i think the style -- >> look, newt's style was different than bob michael's style. but in the end they did what was good and right for the country. >> when did you first meet bob michael and how did you become chief of staff? >> well, i grew up in peoria. when i was growing up as a young boy, bob michael was our congressman. he served for 38 years. and so i had known him. i had known no other congressman during the whole time that i was growing usm but i got involved with another congressman tom railsback who was a few miles away. worked for him and then worked for bop and then ultimately gravitated towards the top of the staff and became chief of i was fortunate enough to succeed bob. >> what did he teach you? >> what he taught me the only way you ever get anything done in this town is by people talking to one another and compromising and working things out. that's the only wa
involved in the day-to-day conversations about politics right now. bill clinton will be jealous of the dedication weather. it was a monsoon in arkansas on that day. it will be interesting to hear the two presidents of the bush administrations talking about that. >> we see all the dignitaries beginning to arrive. they raised $250 million to build this presidential library, center, research facility, we're going to be hering from all these presidents. five american presidents, including the current president, all of whom will be here on this day at the george w. bush presidential library. brianna, is there. you've had a chance to take a look at this facility. what was it like? >> it was fascinating. what i was struck by going into it at the beginning was that it was a brief moment in the bush president that was pre9/11. it was still at a time in september of 2001 where they were still experiencing firsts. it was the first state dinner to honor the then president of mexico. it was six days before 9/11. you're confronted with the the twisted hulk of the south tower, a piece of the s
in washington. former president bill clinton and nobel prize winner wieselfe fell -- elie will deliver remarks. then a series of panels will discuss the holocaust and genocide prevention with live coverage beginning at noon eastern on c-span two. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] >> if you are trying to generate on the government and they are looking for ways to generate new revenue, silicon valley has the answers. if you're trying to explore better innovation within your , silicon valley has the answers. from an entrepreneur standpoint, how was entrepreneurship different in silicon valley and other places? so much of it is often based on failure and learning from one's experiences. it is also recognizing that you can be part of the process of adopting other people ideas or you may have the idea idea for the next big thing. the bottom line is, there is an authenticity to the way that things are done in silicon valley that is very accepted, no no matter who you are. >> what makes silk and valley -- silicon valley ti
at. let me sd you thiask you this, tricia, bill clinton, will he be a major factor and something that they use to go against mrs. cloent if s clinton if she decides to run? >> we will have revisiting of various scandals associated with clinton's presidency and we'll have a kind of critique i think of a number of his program revisions at the time, some of which i think are fair and legitimate and some which will be exaggerated. but what is interesting is that bill clinton's support of the second obama presidency and campaign, particular flin relatn to the debate will hold hillary in good stead. when you combine that with her connection in the white house, it really gives her another level of stature and separates her from wife/senator in training and puts her on a whole other level. so i think there could be quite an interesting bill clinton effect in this regard. >> i'm going to have to leave it there, patricia murphy and tricia rose, thank you for your time tonight. >> thank you. >> thank you for having us. >>> ahead, 45 years ago tonight, martin luther king jr. gave his mountai
's 100% certain she will run because she may have health concerns and bill clinton may have health concerns and that takes it from 100% to something much less than that. >> a million things can happen in three years. a couple lifetimes in politics. >> if we're going to do premature stories on secretary clinton, let's do ones that are what she's going to realistically face if she does become a candidate. how good a job did she really do as secretary of state? how good did she do between the palestinians and the israelis? how good did she do in syria? how well did she do in iran? how well did she do at benghazi? how well did she do in north korea? these are the serious issues that hillary clinton will face in the primaries and the general -- >> and the reason we're seeing very little of that is -- >> because it's a serious stuff. >> well, to that end, republicans are driving this, too. new super pacs feeding information on hillary clinton, especially on benghazi and we're going to be seeing negative stories come out in the next few months in the runp to whether or not she decides to
't. bill clinton was allowed to apologize and stay in power in public life. rightfully, i would add. even after his huge, embarrassing sex scandal cull min nated in em peachment. john edwards could hire a sky writing service to trail over the country and would not be allowed back. david vitter is still happily serving in the united states senate. anthony weiner, the guy who sent a selfie over twitter resigned from the house of representatives. the question primary voter rs weighing in on tonight in south carolina's first district is does mark sanford get to come back? has he paid off the debt of his disgra disgrace? and it seems like we should take this moment to ask ourselves if we think he should and to consider what it mean for our political system that this question of redemption does not have a clear answer. joining me, michelle goldberg, betsy woodrough, political reporter for national review online and david axelrod, nbc senior political analyst. great to have you here. >> all right, so, you have been reporting on this race, betsy. i want to play how mark sanford responded to the o
. yet they wish they had a bush-like candidate from 2000. >> bill clinton figured out the bush campaign early on in 1999. he had this great quote. bill clinton said the campaign consisted of everything you like about the current administration plus you get a tax cut. that was bill clinton's description of what bush was running on. right? so clinton saw it early. >> except he didn't admit also marital stability. >> didn't mention that. >> every one of these guys, what i liked about how they got along, they didn't bs the whole day. they only picked out what they did like. picked out the truth. cherry picked. the iron of our two of party system. it really comes down to each party taking eight years to think about how they can exploit the shortcomings of the other party to come back into power with it. if the clintons have marital confusion, me and laura, really steady. jimmy carter was clean as a whistle but didn't know a lot of stuff. reagan comes along and says, carter, i can beat him. it's always knocking guy who's in there. they come out here today, hold hands. they love each other. ba
that is a different ball of wax. we did see when bill clinton launched a bombing campaign in kosovo in the 19 090s we did it through nato. i don't think this president really wants to -- it's pretty clear he does not want to use military force unless he finds american safety is threatened. >>> now to the latest in the boston bombing case and a new focus on the mother of the suspects. an official says a russian wire tap caught the mother and the older tsarnaev brother talking about jihad in 2011 but the information was not shared with u.s. intelligence officials until after the attacks. today congressman peter king responded to the apparent intelligence failure. >> if the russians are giving the fbi the information they had regarding the mother and the son and their views on the mother's radicalization and the son's radicalization it would have changed the investigation and caused the fbi to go farther and get to the bottom of this a lot more quickly and possibly head this disaster off. >> michael isikoff joins us now. we have seen a lot of interviews. do we know more about her background now that foc
and hair e reid and mitch mcconnell, not that any is popular. >> and bill clinton is where you can find the former president on twitter. he has a new handle after stephen colbert signed him up. former picture tweeting congressman anthony weiner can't say for more there are not anymore dirty pictures of him. he admitted it's not 20 or 100, but it was more than one person. he says he'll decide soon if he'll run for new york city mayor. but someone who is running for new york city mayor announced by rap. remember. jimmy mcmillan? ♪ i'm jimmy mcmillan, 2013. i'm running for mayor. come and run with me. >> you remember him. he got a lot of attention when he ran for governor of new york in 2010. taxes are too damn high. we'll be right back. a bad dream, be ready. for the times you need to double-check the temperature on the thermometer, be ready. for high fever, nothing works faster or lasts longer. be ready with children's motrin. only hertz gives you a carfirmation. hey, this is challenger. i'll be waiting for you in stall 5. it confirms your reservation and the location your car is in, t
person like me. now, bill clinton is just like that. everybody's got to likhim. >> how often was she married? >> four times. she had four husbands. she was actually married five times because she married clinton twice. and bill clinton's father was killed in an automobile accident before he was born. so that was a very, very brief wartime marriage, very brief. >> what was her relationship with her mother? >> hated her. hated her. really did not like her mother at all. and says so in her book. all of these girls were daddy's girls. all of them. and she loved her father. i mean, just -- they were just so close, and she was ginger to him. they were such -- there was such a bond between them, as there was a bond, a special bond with every one of these women and their own fathers. and i think that's where their self-confidence came from. that's where their sense of independent thinking came from, which enabled them to feel confident about bringing up these boys without a dr. spock. they just did it on their own gumption. but it was the father to the daughter to the son. >> how many childr
payment for an appearance former president bill clinton has made $08,000 since leaving the white house. >>> more than 3 5,000 people are expected in the white house. this foes pack besides the egg role, and live music for some mid-term election fundraising. the president will spend the night in san francisco and on thursday he will attend another one in atmospherer on it. he -- atmosphere they are tonight and he's -- atherton. >> in case you i don't know it, you tube is getting into the spirit. >> after eight amazing years... >> they said it was time to upload the videos and select a winner. it went on to say it would delete all the videos and go dark but we checked and you tube's videos are still there. april fools. >>> the man who won $238 million is due in court for unpaid child support payments. he has paid the money he owes and now he is helping neighbors pay their rent. >> he was there to give back especially to this block. pedro is sell his home and he chose to take a lump sum worth $152 million after taxes. >>> today marks the first day that people in three bay area counties wi
-sex marriage video that she talked about. bill clinton deciding whom to endorse or not endorse based on whether -- >> down in kentucky. >> in kentucky. in the los angeles mayor's race. in a maryland democratic house race here. so they're laying the groundwork for people that they're supporting who will be loyal to them. this year, next year, the year after, if hillary, as expected, ends up running. >> tina, les go bat's go back t other clinton. bill clinton is the big dog in politics. my home state of pennsylvania, altmyer wouldn't make a decision for hillary. then he went up to kathleen cane who ran for attorney general up there, loves her to death. she gets elected. he's with her. all over the place. chasing after poor bill richardson. he goes out to california and picks the mayor's race in a primary. he is like the late jim farley. the big democratic boss going around the country. it seems to me there's only one purpose for all of this. her. >> there's no doubt bill clinton would love her to run. i mean, he blooe believes she should have got it last time. he's passionately behind her. he's m
, if hillary, as expected, ends up running. >> tina, let's go back to the other clinton. bill clinton is the big dog in politics. he goes around state by state my home state of pennsylvania. he decides that altmire is finished because he wouldn't make a decision for hillary. then he went up to kathleen cane who ran for attorney general up there, loves her to death. she gets elected. he's with her. all over the place. chasing after poor bill richardson. he goes out to california and picks the mayor's race in a primary. he is like the late jim farley. the big democratic boss going around the country. it seems to me there's only one purpose for all of this. her. >> there's no doubt bill clinton would love her to run. i mean, he believes she should have got it last time. he's passionately behind her. he's making sure the options are oiled, ready to go and in place. i do think it's genuine. i don't think she's being coy, that she hasn't yet made her decision. she is extraordinarily passionate about her entire -- >> why can you say that, tina? can you report anything on that? can you give m
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